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Sun Country Ditches Delta Global Services. More Vegas Resorts Taking Reservations for May.

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Sun Country ended its outsourcing relationship with Delta Global Services at MSP. Several major Las Vegas resorts are gambling that they can safely open for business in a few weeks.

Those are some of the travel and travel industry headlines that caught my eye today and I thought you, too, would find interesting.

Sun Country Terminates Relationship with DGS at MSP

Sun Country is taking its Minneapolis-St. Paul ground operations inhouse after ending its deal with Delta Global Services. The StarTribune reports Sun Country is inviting DGS employees to consider joining the airline.

Leo the Lion is seen near a sign for Hakkasan night club outside the MGM Grand (an MGM Resorts property) in Paradise, Nevada, which is adjacent to Las Vegas.
Leo the Lion is seen near a sign for Hakkasan night club outside the MGM Grand (an MGM Resorts property) in Paradise, Nevada, which is adjacent to Las Vegas.

More Las Vegas Resorts Betting on May 1

We wrote earlier today about Venetian planning to welcome guests back to its property May 1. Other resort companies including Wynn, Caesars, and MGM say they’re opening their doors that day, as well.

Travel Demand May Not Return to “Normal” Until Mid 2021

A travel analyst predicts people’s travel appetites won’t be ready for at least another year.

Tales of a New York Rideshare Driver During Coronavirus

New York Uber and Lyft driver Eduardo Marin is busier than ever. Read about his experience driving during coronavirus — and his disinfecting practices.

The Mouse Donates Masks

Disney parks are donating 100,000 N95 masks to “hospitals and communities around the world.”

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